Quality Inn Near Six Flags St. Louis
1400 West Osage St.
Pacific, MO 63069
Phone: (636) 257-8400
Fax: (636) 257-3112
This famous theme park has added new thrills and adventures for the young and young-at-heart. On a hot day, Hurricane Bay provides a cool adventure with its 560,000 gallons of water and four-foot waves. Hook's Lagoon is a thrilling tree house with slides and water sprays where 1,000 gallons of water are dumped on the crowd. Be sure to experience the Boss, a mile-long roller coaster, too. Children younger than three are admitted free.
Whether you are a first timer or an expert in skiing, the Hidden Valley Ski is certainly the place to be. Equipped with aerial lifts, surface lifts and 13 trail runs, it offers an exciting and adventurous day. Apart from that, you can also enjoy snow tubing at the popular Polar Plunge ride. So go ahead and plan your next family outing at this cool ski resort.
Nestled on 175 acres, this beautiful 18 hole golf course was designed by renowned architect Gary Kern and features natural hazards and a variety of challenges for all skill levels.
Family owned bowling center that features bowling with automatic scoring, bumper bowling, a pro shop, snack bar, video room, and billiards.
This par-71 course, which opened in 1995, is considered one of the best in the St. Louis metropolitan area. The Missouri Bluffs Golf Club course was designed by noted architect Tom Fazio and features towering oak trees, luxurious zoysia grass fairways and bent-grass greens. It is a course that works for golfers of all skill levels, as there are five sets of tees available. Ask about the specials when booking a tee time.
The Bellerive Country Club represents more than a century of golf tradition. It has been designated one of the Platinum Clubs of North America. Several championships and tournaments have been played here, including the historic 1965 US Open when Gary Player won the Championship. But Bellerive isn't just a golf club. Apart from the picturesque club house, they have a large swimming pool and tennis complex as well as a croquet court. The club house continually reinvests in its development, making this one of the top-notch venues of its kind.
Mastodon State Historic Site near Imperial, MO, offers visitors a fascinating glimpse into the world of the prehistoric mastodons. The site covers 425 acres of an area known as the Kimmswick Bone Bed, one of the most extensive Pleistocene fossil areas in the country. Excavations at the site unearthed the bones of American mastodons along with stone weapons;the first proof that early man coexisted with the huge mammals. The skeleton of a mastodon, 10 feet high and 20 feet long, is on display at the site.